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11.06.2007 10:33

Another unbeaten season at home

Sandra Sarmiento

The league season at the Nou Camp is done and dusted with just next week’s game away to Nastic left to play, and for the fifteenth time in the club’s history, Barça can look back at an unbeaten season at home.

It’s been 14 seasons since Barça last recorded an unbeaten home record in the league –Johann Cruyff’s 92-93 title winning team being the last to do it and the club can boast a total of fifteen unbeaten home records in the league’s 75 year history.

8 League Titles

Of those 15 seasons, Barça have won the league on 8 occasions; 84-85, 73-74, 59-60, 58-59, 52-53, 48-49, 47-48 and the 92-93 campaign, when they won by a point from Real Madrid and recorded 16 wins and 3 draws at the Nou Camp.

47 points at home

This season’s record reads 14 wins and 5 draws, with 41 goals scored – the best of the Rijkaard era – and conceding 12, the same number as in the 2004-05 season when Victor Valdes won the Zamora prize as Spain’s top keeper.

Ronaldinho leads goal scorers

fcb-valencia-ronaldinho_x1x.jpgBrazilian super star Ronaldinho was the team’s leading goal scorer at the Nou Camp, with 15, scored in 8 different games, followed by Leo Messi with 8 and Samuel Eto’o who scored 5 despite missing half the season with injuries.

Biggest win against Villarreal

In the twelfth round of the league, Barça entertained Villarreal and put on a great performance, sweeping aside last year’s Champions League semi finalists 4-0, the best result at home this season, with two goals from Ronaldinho –the first a penalty and then finishing off the scoring with a breathtaking bicycle kick after Gudjohnson and Iniesta had also got onto the score sheet.

Barça 3-Madrid 3 – most goals at the stadium this season

web_01.jpgLeo Messi was the star of this season’s derby against Real Madrid in March, bagging a hat-trick and thrilling the Nou Camp fans with a last gasp equalizer after the team had played all the second half with ten men following Oleguer’s sending off.
Another unbeaten season at home
43 games scoring at the Nou Camp
Barça have scored in every game at the Nou Camp since March 1st 2005 and can boast more than two years without failing to score in a league game at the Nou Camp.

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